Bajaj Avenger Street 220 BS6 price has been revealed. At Rs 1,15,456, the Avenger Street 220 BS6 is Rs 11,584 more expensive than the Bajaj Avenger Street 220 BS4. All prices mentioned are ex-showroom Mumbai. Deliveries of the new Avenger Street 220 have been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The 2020 Avenger Street 220 gets a BS6-compliant fuel-injected 220cc engine producing 19PS and 17.55Nm, and a 5-speed gearbox, which is also found on the Avenger Cruise 220.
Even the underpinnings like the telescopic front fork and twin rear shock absorbers remain unchanged. Braking hardware has been carried forward with a single-channel ABS. The only rival for the Bajaj Avenger Street 220 BS6 is the Suzuki Intruder BS6.
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35% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
Bajaj Avenger is very good bike no need to buy any bullet is Bai no maintenance by if you drive very careful discover the bike in the rain in special in India don"t think about maintenance very low because heavy bike problem comes in clutch plate there is no any other maintenance I have filled in 10 years there will be some maintenance that"s because of you are not taking care it may Bajaj Avenger very good pick up bike 180 cc there is no maintenance only clutch plate that because of heavy bike in the rush don"t operate gearbox very carefully keep shining maintained by then you will not get any type of maintenance average of Dubai you will get around 40 and this by don"t think about average that"s huge bike
Ride quality is too good. Riding posture is best for short rider. Very fantastic vehicle for long route journey. Shock absorbers are very buttery. But pillion will bounce on high bumps because the suspension travelling distance is short as Avenger is low height riding bike that"s why. Engine heats to early, but it"s fine. Chain sprockets are low quality. I am having problem only in 15000 kms. Gear shifts are not that accurate to shift fast. Sometimes gear drop form 5th to 4th when u shift early. Otherwise cluthless shifts are too good.
I buyed Avenger street 150 from Kangra kachiari showroom and believe me guys it turned out to be the worst experience for me. Every now and then it has a new problem and even while repairing timely it does not give a good average. Moreover battery issue has been main and fuel meter does not rise even if I fill 8 liters of petrol. If someone is planning to buy this Byk i would suggest to change your opinion immidiately and better g for Yamaha or Honda bykes. Even Enfield is better option.
Even im suffring form self start, can anybody help to understand this problem, already my bike is warranty i have given 4times complain but they r not bothering of customers, the service manager is not giving warranty, i have driven only 4785 km & friends who all r planning to buy this bike my best suggestion is don't buy this bike,can any help me to rectify my bike.
Even im suffring form self start, can anybody help to understand this problem, already my bike is in warranty i have given 4times complain but they r not bothering of customers, the service manager is not giving warranty, i have driven only 4785 km & friends who all r planning to buy this bike my best suggestion is don't buy this bike,can anybody help me to rectify my bike.
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